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The M/s Development Center is Pleased to Announce
The Launch of our First Seminar for slaves
“The Call…
Choosing the Vocation of Consensual Slavery”

Register Now

This two day, slaves’ only program has been designed by a team of experienced slaves of different genders and orientations from across the country.  Their shared goal is to assist those considering the vocation of consensual slavery, and those who are newly embarked on their journey.

The Hero’s Journey, as exemplified by Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, is used as a metaphor for the heroic nature of the internal self-examination that brings us to consider consensual slavery as our vocation as well as our internal resistance (fear, self-doubt, etc.), and external, societal pressure (disapproval from friends and family, etc.).

Individual, private reflective as well as interactive exercises throughout the Seminar will assist all who attend in identifying and overcoming those personal impediments that are obstructing them in their own efforts to lay claim to their truest selves.

Friday, January 17, 2014 7:30PM (Eastern Time)
Saturday, January 18, 2014 10am - 6pm

Registration Fee:

Central NJ
Complete Address Provided Upon Registration

Seating is strictly limited...register now.

slave catherine, HSS - International slave 2005, NE slave 2004, MAsT Presenter of the Year 2007
slave caroline – Internationally known presenter and educator for our M/s Community
slave lisa – Owned slave of Master Ken and Officer of MAsT: Central NJ
slave 705 – Owned property of Julia is well-known in the M/s Community for his many years as a presenter and as a volunteer

Sir Stephen, founder of the M/s Development Center, and Director of Education, will be present for the launch of this new eduactional offering as an observer.

Space is limited, so if you are interested in being added to our waiting list, please contact us at:

Our One Day Seminar, Fundamentals of Mastery, Consisting of Four Workshops Returned to New Jersey and was Held on Saturday, November 16th. It was an Enormous Success.



"Excellence is an art won by training and habituation.
We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence,
but we rather have those because we have acted rightly.
We are what we repeatedly do.
Excellence, then is not an act but a habit."


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